Break free from the sex and porn addiction cycle

Find Freedom from Compulsive Sexual Behaviour

Transform your relationship with sex and take back control

Feeling trapped by compulsive sexual behavior?

Your sexual behavior can have a huge effect on your day-to-day life. How you behave sexually may leave you feeling powerless, depressed, anxious, and cause breakdowns in your relationships. 


Compulsive sexual behavior can look like spending hours online viewing porn, or seeking sexual encounters in chat rooms or real life – and it all comes at the expense of your time, energy, finances, and relationships.


It’s also more common than you think, but it can be difficult to talk about. If you’re struggling to stop or control compulsive sexual behavior, it may be causing you to feel ashamed and guilty. For many, it can make you feel trapped. 


If you feel your sexual choices are having a negative impact on your relationship, work, and family life, it could be time to seek professional help. 

Overcome compulsive behavior so you can live a fulfilling life

If you’re feeling distressed, anxious, and guilty as a result of your sexual habits, specialized therapy could help you break free and help you to start living life on YOUR terms!


It can help you to:

  • Stop living in secrecy, feeling guilt and shame
  • Start being honest with those you love
  • Learn how patterns develop and what is triggering your sexual choices
  • Find relief from the emotional pain you’ve been burying for so long


It can help your partner to:

  • Recover from feelings of betrayal
  • Rebuild trust in you and your relationship
  • Rebuild and improve intimacy
  • Restore a healthy sexual relationship

Experience Hope, Healing, Freedom…and Real Intimacy

You’ll be partnered with a counselor specifically trained in addressing compulsive sexual behavior who can help you overcome feelings of shame and guilt.


You will learn how to recognize the harmful addiction patterns and behaviors and what your triggers are. 


With help from our discreet individual and group programs, you’ll find support that helps you through the recovery progress as you start to repair your most important relationships.


You’ll be able to choose whether you have your sessions in-person or online, and you’ll have access to specialized treatments and interventions including EMDR and EFT Tapping.

Are you ready to take back control of your life?

Schedule a free 15-minute Discovery Call with us so we can discuss working together and what the best course of treatment will be for you.

Step 1: Meet & greet

You will meet with your therapist who will listen to your current situation and the issues you are facing. You’ll quickly learn you are not alone and there is a pathway forward. You can choose to do this face to face (if you live locally) or via online sessions.

Step 2: Research-Based Assessments

Your therapist will have you complete our research-based assessment which he/she will then use to determine if there is an addiction present. This assessment will help us have a better understanding of what the most effective course of action will be for you.

Step 3: Therapy

If assessment shows you have met the criteria for sexual compulsive behavior then therapy begins in the form of individual therapy and/or group therapy.

We take a 3-prong approach:

  1. Help the addict with the compulsive behaviors
  2. Help the partner process the betrayal trauma due to the compulsive behaviors
  3. Help the couple’s relationship heal and move forward

Client Testimonials

I didn’t feel like I was “just another client.” Sam saw strengths in me that intellectually I knew I had, but emotionally was incapable of accessing. He was able to foster in me the confidence to begin to believe.

J.P.

Client Testimonials

“I absolutely love Sam. He has done wonders for us as a couple and for me individually. He’s a fantastic communicator, a gifted counselor, and a comforting presence to talk to and in front of.

I cannot say enough good things about the work he has done with me and continues to do with my wife and me.”

R.B, Texas

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What is Sex Addiction Therapy?

Sex Addiction Therapy is a therapeutic approach on dealing with the various components of the addictive system and the addiction cycle.

This involves identifying the obsessive thoughts and the sexual compulsive behaviors that fuel the addiction cycle. 

The goal is not to create behavior modification. Rather, it’s to help bring insight, self-awareness, and emotional development that lends itself to a life more abundant and the ability to love maturely.

In the end, our goal is to teach connection and attachment in all facets of life. 

To accomplish this, our team utilizes Patrick Carnes’ 30 Task Model Approach to recovery which has been used for decades and all over the world.  

What to Expect in Your Treatment

Pornography is a growing problem for both men and women. Many people believe men are the only ones who are addicted. This is not true.

At Breaking Free Solutions, men and women receive gender specific treatment based on their unique needs. People often feel shame about their compulsions and need help seeing that they are not alone.

In porn addiction therapy at Breaking Free and The Marriage Place, men and women learn new skills for self-soothing and coping, develop new skills for healthy intimate relationships, and learn to create genuine intimacy. All of which helps them to have a more satisfying and emotionally healthy life.

During your treatment you will:

  • Process childhood trauma that has contributed to this compulsion
  • Develop new skills for self-soothing and coping
  • Learn how to create genuine intimacy in your relationships
  • Develop a new sense of self-esteem

Get Ready to Discover the New You!


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ANSWER ‘YES’ OR ‘NO’

Self Assessment Quiz

  1. Do you repeatedly fail to resist sexual impulses that lead to you acting out?
  2. Do you frequently engaging in sexual behaviors to a greater extent, or over a longer period of time, than you had intended?
  3. Is the desire for acting out persistent OR do you find yourself failing at trying to stop, reduce, or control the sexual behavior?
  4. Do you find yourself spending an excessive amount of time obtaining sex, being sexual, or recovering from sexual experiences?
  5. Do you find yourself preoccupied with thoughts of sexually acting out or plans on how to act out?
  6. Do you find yourself frequently engaging in sexually explicit behaviors rather than focusing on work, school, domestic, or social obligations?
  7. Do you find yourself continuing to act out despite the realization of how much damage it’s causing socially, financially, psychologically, or physically?
  8. Do you find yourself needing to increase the intensity, frequency, number, or risk level in order to achieve a higher level of satisfaction or gratification; OR is there diminished satisfaction/gratification with doing the behavior at the same level of intensity, frequency, number, or risk?
  9. Do you find yourself giving up or limiting social, occupational, or recreational activities because of the sexually compulsive behavior?
  10. Do you find yourself overwhelmed with feelings of distress, anxiety, restlessness, or irritability if unable to engage in the sexually compulsive behavior?

If you answered ‘YES’ to 3 or more questions then we encourage you to schedule an appointment to determine next steps.

ANSWER ‘YES’ OR ‘NO’

Self Assessment Quiz

  1. Do you repeatedly fail to resist sexual impulses that lead to you acting out?
  2. Do you frequently engaging in sexual behaviors to a greater extent, or over a longer period of time, than you had intended?
  3. Is the desire for acting out persistent OR do you find yourself failing at trying to stop, reduce, or control the sexual behavior?
  4. Do you find yourself spending an excessive amount of time obtaining sex, being sexual, or recovering from sexual experiences?
  5. Do you find yourself preoccupied with thoughts of sexually acting out or plans on how to act out?
  6. Do you find yourself frequently engaging in sexually explicit behaviors rather than focusing on work, school, domestic, or social obligations?
  7. Do you find yourself continuing to act out despite the realization of how much damage it’s causing socially, financially, psychologically, or physically?
  8. Do you find yourself needing to increase the intensity, frequency, number, or risk level in order to achieve a higher level of satisfaction or gratification; OR is there diminished satisfaction/gratification with doing the behavior at the same level of intensity, frequency, number, or risk?
  9. Do you find yourself giving up or limiting social, occupational, or recreational activities because of the sexually compulsive behavior?
  10. Do you find yourself overwhelmed with feelings of distress, anxiety, restlessness, or irritability if unable to engage in the sexually compulsive behavior?

If you answered ‘YES’ to 3 or more questions then we encourage you to schedule an appointment to determine next steps.

ANSWER ‘YES’ OR ‘NO’

Self Assessment Quiz

  1. Do you repeatedly fail to resist sexual impulses that lead to you acting out?
  2. Do you frequently engaging in sexual behaviors to a greater extent, or over a longer period of time, than you had intended?
  3. Is the desire for acting out persistent OR do you find yourself failing at trying to stop, reduce, or control the sexual behavior?
  4. Do you find yourself spending an excessive amount of time obtaining sex, being sexual, or recovering from sexual experiences?
  5. Do you find yourself preoccupied with thoughts of sexually acting out or plans on how to act out?
  6. Do you find yourself frequently engaging in sexually explicit behaviors rather than focusing on work, school, domestic, or social obligations?
  7. Do you find yourself continuing to act out despite the realization of how much damage it’s causing socially, financially, psychologically, or physically?
  8. Do you find yourself needing to increase the intensity, frequency, number, or risk level in order to achieve a higher level of satisfaction or gratification; OR is there diminished satisfaction/gratification with doing the behavior at the same level of intensity, frequency, number, or risk?
  9. Do you find yourself giving up or limiting social, occupational, or recreational activities because of the sexually compulsive behavior?
  10. Do you find yourself overwhelmed with feelings of distress, anxiety, restlessness, or irritability if unable to engage in the sexually compulsive behavior?

If you answered ‘YES’ to 3 or more questions then we encourage you to schedule an appointment to determine next steps.

ANSWER ‘YES’ OR ‘NO’

Self Assessment Quiz

  1. Do you repeatedly fail to resist sexual impulses that lead to you acting out?
  2. Do you frequently engaging in sexual behaviors to a greater extent, or over a longer period of time, than you had intended?
  3. Is the desire for acting out persistent OR do you find yourself failing at trying to stop, reduce, or control the sexual behavior?
  4. Do you find yourself spending an excessive amount of time obtaining sex, being sexual, or recovering from sexual experiences?
  5. Do you find yourself preoccupied with thoughts of sexually acting out or plans on how to act out?
  6. Do you find yourself frequently engaging in sexually explicit behaviors rather than focusing on work, school, domestic, or social obligations?
  7. Do you find yourself continuing to act out despite the realization of how much damage it’s causing socially, financially, psychologically, or physically?
  8. Do you find yourself needing to increase the intensity, frequency, number, or risk level in order to achieve a higher level of satisfaction or gratification; OR is there diminished satisfaction/gratification with doing the behavior at the same level of intensity, frequency, number, or risk?
  9. Do you find yourself giving up or limiting social, occupational, or recreational activities because of the sexually compulsive behavior?
  10. Do you find yourself overwhelmed with feelings of distress, anxiety, restlessness, or irritability if unable to engage in the sexually compulsive behavior?

If you answered ‘YES’ to 3 or more questions then we encourage you to schedule an appointment to determine next steps.